Not drinking and dating

If you see a problem, you can either continue what you are doing or make a change.

I am thinking that this post wasn't so much to get opinions but to support your drinking, to make it seem normal to go out twice a week and kick the guy to the curb that doesn't or objects to your doing it so often?

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What is everyone's experiences been with drinkers dating nondrinkers or recovered alcoholics??

Twice a week to bars and drinking is more than just "social" to me. Drinker or non-drinker it is a life decision, and expecting someone to change for you is just judgemental. I'm a social drinker, but if the guy I'm with really doesn't like drinking, or is in recovery, I go for the sweet tea every time. If you really hate it, they usually don't light up in front of you, or demand to sit in the smoking section. If you see no problem walking away from someone who doesn't drink because drinking is more important to you, thats on you. Who am I to say anything to someone who "needs" or "must" drink several times a week to feel loose or relaxed and would prefer to drink with out guilt over having a relationship? If your drinking causes any problems with your life, drinking is a problem.

But, I guess it depends on how much one drinks while there. I did check drinks "socially" on my profile, yet, I rarely do drink. If I want a glass of wine at home, I'll have it there. If you see no problem walking away from someone who doesn't drink because drinking is more important to you, thats on you. Who am I to say anything to someone who "needs" or "must" drink several times a week to feel loose or relaxed and would prefer to drink with out guilt over having a relationship? Date someone you meet in the "social" place you go to. But the thing you don't get is you state you are tired of the bar scene, yet you are the one who insists on going to the bars twice a week.

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